Puducherry: AIADMK urges CM to take all celebration delegation to satisfy Union Jal Shakti Minister on Mekedatu problem

The AIADMK in Puducherry on Monday urged Chief Minister N Rangasamy to take an all-party delegation to satisfy the Union Jal Shakthi Minister and urge the Centre to stop Karnataka from implementing the Mekedatu mission throughout Cauvery river.

Former AIADMK legislator and secretary of the celebration’s Puducherry unit (East district) A Anbalagan offered a letter to the Chief Minister and in addition to PWD Minister Okay Lakshminarayanan individually on Monday  with this request.

He later informed reporters that the Mekedatu dam would spell havoc to the ryots of Karaikal area of the Union Territory as circulation of Cauvery water to Puducherry, one of many riparian states, could be hit if the reservoir got here up throughout the river.

The pursuits of the ryots of Tamilnadu and Karaikal could be at stake, Anbalagan stated.

He demanded that the federal government organize for a delegation to satisfy Union Jal Shakthi Minister Gajendra Singh Shekawat to stop Karnataka from going forward with the dam mission.

On July 14, the AINRC-led NDA authorities determined to oppose development of the dam.

A gathering held on this regard felt that the circulation of Cauvery water to Tamil Nadu and consequently to Karaikal, an enclave of this union territory depending on it for agricultural operations, could be hit if the dam was constructed.


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